“dancing with inertia”，一场舞蹈与装置的对话。小型展示、现场表演与公众互动。期待你在经过之时，有短暂的停留或长时的驻足。在视觉感知的体验同时，也邀请现场的各位，运用预先准备的综合材料，参与装置作品的再创造。
【THE FRIDAY ART CLUB】
The Friday Art Club is a collaboration between Choreographer Jingyee Shen, Maker Ben Gough, musicians Christine Zhou and Hanan Bensho. Each member has individual interests and dancing with inertia is a place where they all meet. The ideas came about from a series of parties after work on a Friday where we developed ideas and discussed how we could bring our interests together to create a single idea.
Growing up making things in the English Countryside then studying Architecture in Lon-don, I see a blurred line between art and architecture. My interests lie in [architec-tural] design as an adaptor, a connector, an enabler. I explore these ideas through making things, creating connections between the body and space, investigating blurry boundaries.
Originally from Guangdong, Jingyee has spent most of her life in Shanghai. She is a choreographer, dancer, producer, and event organizer. Dancing With Inertia is her fifth project combining modern dance with art. Her performance links music to art through the medium of dance.
Having studied Fine Arts and Advanced Music programs in Montreal, I was surrounded by fellow artists in contemporary dance, painting, film making, and in par-ticular musicians from classical, jazz, funk, experimental and folk genres. This gave me a chance to collaborate, perform and work with various artistic expressions as a musician. Diversity of experience has influenced my artistic development as a pianist, artist and performer.
An Israeli born artist, architect and designer, Hanan lives and works in Shanghai. Bensho manages his design consultancy studio, Bensho Studio, tutoring architecture at Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University and ongoing works on art projects, music production (under the name Nankyo), paintings and installations. His artworks have been displayed in multiple exhibitions globally, including in China, Italy, Spain, Israel and Korea.
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